Biography

I was appointed Professor to the School of Psychology in September 1999. Previously I was a Chair (Head) of the Department of Psychology at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay Ontario, Canada. I was an Assistant and then Associate Professor in that department for 16 years. I received my: (a) first degree (Honours BA) at the University of Waterloo, (b) my second degree (MA) from the University of Guelph, and (c) my final degree (Ph.D.) from the University of Western Ontario. I received all degrees in the field of psychology.  I am a member of the Institute of Life-Course Studies.

Research and scholarship

I received on March 2006 the Social Scientist 40th Anniversary Award as one of the top 20 social scientists in the history of Lakehead University Also, received in April 1997 the Distinguished Researcher Award from Lakehead University which is given each year to the faculty member who has: (a) made significant contributions to research, (b) displayed consistent scholarly performance, and (c) shown evidence of consistent and significant contribution to the training of graduate students.  I was the first faculty member in the Social Sciences to have received that award in the history of Lakehead University. I have published approximately 70 papers almost all in international level journals and as the principal author. In addition, I have completed 3 books with one more approaching completion as well as 11 chapters in those books. I have reviewed for 8 granting agencies for various countries (e.g., Belgium, Canada, United Kingdom, and United States) and currently serve as a Member of the Assessor College for Postdoctoral Fellowships for ESRC in the United Kingdom. I have reviewed for 25 journals comprising the highest ranked journals in the fields of Social Psychology, Eating Disorders, and Developmental Psychology. I have supervised 17 Masters Theses to completion (my former institution only offered MA degrees) and 1 Ph.D. Thesis to completion. I am supervising 4 more Ph.D. students who are at various stages of completing their theses.

My area of expertise spans Social Psychology and Social Development. Currently, I am conducting research on: (a) the factors contributing to, and the consequences of, loneliness across development; (b) the factors contributing to, and the consequences of, trust across development and cultures; (c) the effects of the characteristics of defendant and jury members on jury deliberations; (d) trust in legal professionals; (e) the implications of children’s trust in health professions for medical treatment; (f) the effects of written emotional expression on early adolescents’ health, and (g) the relation between attribution styles and eating disorders.

 Ken's first 100 papers in the field

Picture of Kens 'My first 100 Papers in the field'

Teaching

Year 1

  • PSY-10001 : Individuals and Society 1
  • PSY-10003 : Mechanisms and Principles

Year 2

  • PSY-20012 : Developmental and Social Psychology

Year 3

  • PSY-30018 : Disclosure Processes in Children and Adolescents
  • PSY-30061 : Final Year Project

Year 4

  • PSY-40012 : Theory and Methodology
  • Betts, L. R., Rotenberg, K. J., Trueman, M., & Stiller, J. (2012). Examining children’s same-gender peer acceptance using the Social Relations Model: The consequences for school adjustment. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 30, 303-325. (Impact factor = 1.42)
  • Malti, T., Averdijk, M., Ribeaud, D., Eisner, M. P., & Rotenberg, K. J.(in press, 1573-2835 Online). Children’s trust and developmental trajectoriesof aggressive behaviour in an ethnically diverse sample. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. (Impact factor = 3.56)
  • Qualter, P., Barrett, L., Henzi, P. & Rotenberg, K., J.  (in press). Trajectories of loneliness during childhood and adolescence: Predictors and health outcomes.  Journal of Adolescence (Impact factor = 2.02)
  • Qualter, P., Munn, P., Brown, S. L., & Rotenberg. K. J. (2010).  Lonely children become depressed adolescents: An 8-year longitudinal study. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 19, 493–501. (Impact factor = 1.99)
  • Qualter, P., Rotenberg, K. J., Barrett, L., & Henzi, P. (2013). Investigating the hypersensitivity to social threat of lonely children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 41, 325–338. (Impact factor = 3.56)
  • Rotenberg, K. J., Betts, L. R., Eisner, M. & Ribeaud, D. (2012). Social antecedents of children’s trustworthiness. Infant and Child Development, 21, 310-322. (Impact factor = 1.25)
  • Rotenberg, K. J., & Boulton, M. J. (in press). The relations between interpersonal  trust consistency and quality of peer relationships during childhood. Social Development DOI:10.1111sode.12005 . (Impact factor = 1.70)
  • Rotenberg, K. J., Costa, P., Trueman, M., & Lattimore, P. (2012). An interactional test of the Reformulated Helplessness Theory of Depression in adults receiving treatment for eating disorders. Eating Behaviours, 13, 264–266. (Impact factor = 1.58)
  • Rotenberg, K. J., Addis, N., Betts, L. R., Fox, C., Hobson, Z., Rennison, S.,Trueman, M. & Boulton, M. J.  (2010). The relation between trust beliefs and loneliness during early childhood, middle childhood and adulthood. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 1086-1100. (Impact factor = 2.48)    

Selected Publications

  • Rotenberg KJ and Petrocchi S. 2018. A longitudinal investigation of trust beliefs in physicians by children with asthma and their mothers: Relations with children's adherence to medical regimes and quality of life. Child Care Health Dev, vol. 44(6), 879-884. link> doi> full text>
  • Petrocchi S, Rotenberg KJ, Levante A, Lecciso F. 2018. Children's trust in social workers: Scale development and relations to Children's engagement with social workers. CHILD & FAMILY SOCIAL WORK, vol. 23(2), 239-247. link> doi> full text>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Petrocchi S, Levante A, Leccisco F. 2017. Children's trust in social workers: Scale development and relations with children's engagement with social workers. Child and Family Social Work. doi> full text>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Bharathi C, Davies H, Finch T. 2017. Obesity and the Social Withdrawal Syndrome. Eat Behav, vol. 26, 167-170. link> doi> full text>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Edwards K. 2017. The relation between anorexic symptoms in women and their reports of trustworthiness in interactions with close persons. Eat Behav, vol. 26, 171-176. link> doi> full text>

Full Publications List show

Books

  • Rotenberg KJ. 2010. Interpersonal Trust During Childhood and Adolescence. Cambridge Univ Pr.
  • ROTENBERG KJ and Hymel, S. 1999. Loneliness in childhood and adolescence. US: Cambridge University Press.
  • ROTENBERG KJ. Hoffman ML (Ed.). 1995. Disclosure processes in children and adolescents. Cambridge University Press. link>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1991. Children's interpersonal trust: Sensitivity to lying, deception, and promise violations. US: Springer-Verlag.

Journal Articles

  • Rotenberg KJ and Petrocchi S. 2018. A longitudinal investigation of trust beliefs in physicians by children with asthma and their mothers: Relations with children's adherence to medical regimes and quality of life. Child Care Health Dev, vol. 44(6), 879-884. link> doi> full text>
  • Petrocchi S, Rotenberg KJ, Levante A, Lecciso F. 2018. Children's trust in social workers: Scale development and relations to Children's engagement with social workers. CHILD & FAMILY SOCIAL WORK, vol. 23(2), 239-247. link> doi> full text>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Petrocchi S, Levante A, Leccisco F. 2017. Children's trust in social workers: Scale development and relations with children's engagement with social workers. Child and Family Social Work. doi> full text>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Bharathi C, Davies H, Finch T. 2017. Obesity and the Social Withdrawal Syndrome. Eat Behav, vol. 26, 167-170. link> doi> full text>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Edwards K. 2017. The relation between anorexic symptoms in women and their reports of trustworthiness in interactions with close persons. Eat Behav, vol. 26, 171-176. link> doi> full text>
  • Venta A, Hatkevich C, Sharp C, Rotenberg K. 2017. LOW EMOTIONAL TRUST IN MOTHERS IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED SUICIDE ATTEMPTS IN INPATIENT ADOLESCENTS WITH DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 36(3), 221-237. link> doi> full text>
  • Jolley RP, Barlow CM, Rotenberg KJ, Cox MV. 2016. Linear and U-Shape Trends in the Development of Expressive Drawing From Preschoolers to Normative and Artistic Adults. PSYCHOLOGY OF AESTHETICS CREATIVITY AND THE ARTS, vol. 10(3), 309-324. link> doi> full text>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Sangha R. 2015. The relation between Bulimic symptoms and the social withdrawal syndrome during early adolescence. Eat Behav, vol. 19, 177-180. link> doi> full text>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Woods EE, Betts LR. 2015. Development of a scale to assess children's trust in general nurses. J Spec Pediatr Nurs, vol. 20(4), 298-303. link> doi>
  • Malti T, Averdijk M, Zuffiano A, Ribeaud D, Betts LR, Rotenberg KJ, Eisner MP. 2016. Children's trust and the development of prosocial behavior. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT, vol. 40(3), 262-270. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Harrison A, Reeves C. 2016. Police officers' trust beliefs in the police and their psychological adjustment. POLICING & SOCIETY, vol. 26(6), 627-641. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Petrocchi S, Lecciso F, Marchetti A. 2015. The Relation Between Children's Trust Beliefs and Theory of Mind Abilities. INFANT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT, vol. 24(2), 206-214. link> doi>
  • Bangee M, Harris RA, Bridges N, Rotenberg KJ, Qualter P. 2014. Loneliness and attention to social threat in young adults: Findings from an eye tracker study. PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES, vol. 63, 16-23. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Qualter P, Holt NL, Harris RA, Henzi P, Barrett L. 2014. When trust fails: the relation between children's trust beliefs in peers and their peer interactions in a natural setting. J Abnorm Child Psychol, vol. 42(6), 967-980. link> doi> full text>
  • Betts LR, Rotenberg KJ, Petrocchi S, Lecciso F, Sakai A, Maeshiro K, Judson H. 2014. An investigation of children's peer trust across culture: Is the composition of peer trust universal?. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT, vol. 38(1), 33-41. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Bharathi C, Davies H, Finch T. 2013. Bulimic symptoms and the social withdrawal syndrome. Eat Behav, vol. 14(3), 281-284. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Betts LR, Moore J. 2013. The Relation Between Early Adolescents' Trust Beliefs in Peers and Reactions to Peer Provocation: Attributions of Intention and Retaliation. JOURNAL OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 174(4), 450-456. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Boulton M. 2013. Interpersonal Trust Consistency and the Quality of Peer Relationships During Childhood. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, vol. 22(2), 225-241. link> doi>
  • Qualter P, Brown SL, Rotenberg KJ, Vanhalst J, Harris RA, Goossens L, Bangee M, Munn P. 2013. Trajectories of loneliness during childhood and adolescence: predictors and health outcomes. J Adolesc, vol. 36(6), 1283-1293. link> doi>
  • Qualter P, Rotenberg K, Barrett L, Henzi P, Barlow A, Stylianou M, Harris RA. 2013. Investigating hypervigilance for social threat of lonely children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, vol. 41(2), 325-338. link> doi>
  • Malti T, Averdijk M, Ribeaud D, Rotenberg KJ, Eisner MP. 2013. "Do you trust him?" Children's trust beliefs and developmental trajectories of aggressive behavior in an ethnically diverse sample. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, vol. 41(3), 445-456. link> doi> full text>
  • Betts LR, Rotenberg KJ, Trueman M. 2013. Young children's interpersonal trust consistency as a predictor of future school adjustment. JOURNAL OF APPLIED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 34(6), 310-318. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ. 2012. Examining Trust in Healthcare: A Multidisciplinary Perspective. JOURNAL OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 17(8), 1238-1239. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Costa P, Trueman M, Lattimore P. 2012. An interactional test of the reformulated helplessness theory of depression in women receiving clinical treatment for eating disorders. Eat Behav, vol. 13(3), 264-266. link> doi>
  • Betts LR, Rotenberg KJ, Trueman M, Stiller J. 2011. Examining the components of children's peer liking as antecedents of school adjustment. Br J Dev Psychol, vol. 30(Pt 2), 303-325. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Costa P, Trueman M, Lattimore P. 2011. The relation between the lack of control attributional style for indulgent food consumption and bulimic symptoms. Eat Behav, vol. 12(4), 325-327. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Addis N, Betts LR. 2010. The relation between trust beliefs and loneliness during early childhood, middle childhood and adulthood. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 36(8), 1086-1100. doi>
  • Qualter P, Brown SL, Munn P, Rotenberg KJ. 2010. Childhood loneliness as a predictor of adolescent depressive symptoms: an 8-year longitudinal study. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, vol. 19(6), 493-501. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and Betts LR. 2009. The early childhood generalised trust belief scale. Early Childhoold Research Quarterly, 175-185. doi>
  • Betts LR, ROTENBERG K, Trueman M. 2009. An investigation of the impact of young children's self knowledge of trustworthiness on school adjustment: A test of the Realistic Self-Knowledge and Positive Illusion models. British Journal of Dedvelopmental Psychology, 405-424. doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Cunningham J, Hayton N, Hutson L, Jones L, Marks C, Woods E, Betts LR. 2008. Development of a Children's Trust in General Physicians Scale. Child Care Health Dev, vol. 34(6), 748-756. link> doi>
  • Betts LR and Rotenberg KJ. 2008. A Social Relations Analysis of Children's Trust in Their Peers across the Early Years of School. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, vol. 17(4), 1039-1055. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Michalik N, Eisenberg N, Betts LR. 2008. The relations among young children's peer-reported trustworthiness, inhibitory control, and preschool adjustment. Early Child Res Q, vol. 23(2), 288-298. link> doi>
  • Betts LR and Rotenberg KJ. 2007. Trustworthiness, friendships and self-control: Factors that contribute to young children's school adjustment (vol 16, pg 491, 2007). INFANT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT, vol. 16(6), 673-674. link> doi>
  • Betts LR and Rotenberg KJ. 2007. A short form of the teacher rating scale of school adjustment. JOURNAL OF PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT, vol. 25(2), 150-164. link> doi>
  • Boulton MJ, Trueman M, Rotenberg K. 2007. User perceptions of process-outcome linkages in pupil peer counselling for bullying services in the UK. vol. 35(2), 175-187. doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ, Boulton, M.J., Fox, C.L.. 2005. Cross-sectional and longitudinal relations among children's trust beliefs, psychological maladjustment, and social relationships: Are very high as well as very low trusting children at risk?. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, vol. 33(5), 595-610. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ, Lancaster J, Marsden C, Pryce S. 2005. The effects of priming  thoughts about control on anxiety and food intake as moderated by dietary restraint.. Appetite, vol. 44(2), 235-241. doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Carte L, Speirs A. 2005. The effects of modeling dietary restraint on food consumption: do restrained models promote restrained eating?. Eat Behav, vol. 6(1), 75-84. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, MacDonald KJ, King EV. 2004. The relationship between loneliness and interpersonal trust during middle childhood. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, vol. 165(3), 233-249. doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, McDougall P, Boulton MJ, Vaillancourt T, Fox C, Hymel S. 2004. Cross-sectional and longitudinal relations among peer-reported trustworthiness, social relationships, and psychological adjustment in children and early adolescents from the United Kingdom and Canada. J Exp Child Psychol, vol. 88(1), 46-67. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ, Davies, R., Taylor, D.. 2004. Selective mood-induced body image disparagement and enhancement effects: Are they due to cognitive priming or subjective mood?. International Journal of Eating Disorders, vol. 35(3), 317-332. doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Taylor D, Davies R. 2004. The induced disparagement and enhancement of body image effects: Are they due to cognitive priming or subjective mood?. International Journal of Eating Disorders.
  • Rotenberg KJ and Sullivan C. 2003. Children's use of gaze and limb movement cues to infer deception. J Genet Psychol, vol. 164(2), 175-187. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Eisenberg N, Cumming C, Smith A, Singh M, Terlicher E. 2003. The contribution of adults' nonverbal cues and children's shyness to the development of rapport between adults and preschool children. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT, vol. 27(1), 21-30. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ. 2002. Behavioral confirmation of the loneliness stereotype. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, vol. 24(2), 81-89. doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Shewchuk V-A, Kimberley T. 2001. Loneliness, sex, romantic jealousy, and powerlessness. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, vol. 18(1), 55-79. doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Flood D. 2000. Dietary restraint, attributional styles for eating, and preloading effects. Eat Behav, vol. 1(1), 63-78. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ and MacKie J. 1999. Stigmatization of social and intimacy loneliness. Psychol Rep, vol. 84(1), 147-148. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Flood D. 1999. Loneliness, dysphoria, dietary restraint, and eating behavior. Int J Eat Disord, vol. 25(1), 55-64. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ. 1998. Stigmatization of transitions in loneliness. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, vol. 15(4), 565-576. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Hewlett MG, Siegwart CM. 1998. Principled moral reasoning and self-monitoring as predictors of jury functioning. BASIC AND APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 20(2), 167-173. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Bartley JL, Toivonen DM. 1997. Children's stigmatization of chronic loneliness in peers. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND PERSONALITY, vol. 12(2), 577-584. link>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Eisenberg N. 1997. Developmental differences in the understanding of and reaction to others' inhibition of emotional expression. Dev Psychol, vol. 33(3), 526-537. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ. 1997. Loneliness and the perception of the exchange of disclosures. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 16(3), 259-276. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Morgan CJ. 1995. Development of a scale to measure individual differences in children's trust-value basis of friendship. JOURNAL OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 156(4), 489-502. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ. 1995. The socialisation of trust: Parents' and children's interpersonal trust. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT, vol. 18(4), 713-726. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ. 1995. Development of children's restrictive disclosure to friends. J Genet Psychol, vol. 156(3), 279-292. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and KOROL S. 1995. THE ROLE OF LONELINESS AND GENDER IN INDIVIDUALS LOVE STYLES. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND PERSONALITY, vol. 10(3), 537-546. link>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Cerda C. 1994. Racially based trust expectancies of Native American and Caucasian children. J Soc Psychol, vol. 134(5), 621-631. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and MORRISON J. 1993. LONELINESS AND COLLEGE ACHIEVEMENT - DO LONELINESS SCALE SCORES PREDICT COLLEGE DROP-OUT. PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS, vol. 73(3), 1283-1288. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ, SCHAUT GB, OCONNOR BP. 1993. THE ROLES OF IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOSOCIAL INTIMACY IN MARITAL SUCCESS. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 12(2), 198-217. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and HURLBERT MJ. 1992. LEGAL REASONING AND JURY DELIBERATIONS. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 132(4), 543-544. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and WHITNEY P. 1992. LONELINESS AND DISCLOSURE PROCESSES IN PREADOLESCENCE. MERRILL-PALMER QUARTERLY-JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 38(3), 401-416. link>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and KMILL J. 1992. PERCEPTION OF LONELY AND NONLONELY PERSONS AS A FUNCTION OF INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN LONELINESS. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, vol. 9(2), 325-330. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Chase N. 1992. Development of the reciprocity of self-disclosure. J Genet Psychol, vol. 153(1), 75-86. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1992. WHEN CHILDREN KILL - THE DYNAMICS OF JUVENILE HOMICIDE - EWING,CP. AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR, vol. 18(6), 469-470. link> doi>
  • CARLO G, KNIGHT GP, EISENBERG N, ROTENBERG KJ. 1991. COGNITIVE-PROCESSES AND PROSOCIAL BEHAVIORS AMONG CHILDREN - THE ROLE OF AFFECTIVE ATTRIBUTIONS AND RECONCILIATIONS. DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 27(3), 456-461. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and MAYER EV. 1990. DELAY OF GRATIFICATION IN NATIVE AND WHITE-CHILDREN - A CROSS-CULTURAL-COMPARISON. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT, vol. 13(1), 23-30. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ. 1990. A measure of the trust beliefs of elderly individuals. Int J Aging Hum Dev, vol. 30(2), 141-152. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Simourd L, Moore D. 1989. Children's use of a verbal-nonverbal consistency principle to infer truth and lying. Child Dev, vol. 60(2), 309-322. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and CRANWELL FR. 1989. SELF-CONCEPT IN AMERICAN-INDIAN AND WHITE-CHILDREN - A CROSS-CULTURAL-COMPARISON. JOURNAL OF CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 20(1), 39-53. link> doi>
  • ECCLES AL, BAUMAN E, ROTENBERG K. 1989. PEER ACCEPTANCE AND SELF-ESTEEM IN GIFTED-CHILDREN. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND PERSONALITY, vol. 4(4), 401-409. link>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and SLIZ D. 1988. CHILDRENS RESTRICTIVE DISCLOSURE TO FRIENDS. MERRILL-PALMER QUARTERLY-JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 34(2), 203-215. link>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1988. ADOLESCENT ANGER CONTROL - COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL TECHNIQUES - FEINDLER,EL, ECTON,RB. AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR, vol. 14(5), 392-393. link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ and Hamel J. 1988. Social interaction and depression in elderly individuals. Int J Aging Hum Dev, vol. 27(4), 305-318. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1986. SAME-SEX PATTERNS AND SEX-DIFFERENCES IN THE TRUST-VALUE BASIS OF CHILDRENS FRIENDSHIP. SEX ROLES, vol. 15(11-12), 613-626. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and MANN L. 1986. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORM OF THE RECIPROCITY OF SELF-DISCLOSURE AND ITS FUNCTION IN CHILDRENS ATTRACTION TO PEERS. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, vol. 57(6), 1349-1357. link>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1985. CAUSES, INTENSITY, MOTIVES, AND CONSEQUENCES OF CHILDRENS ANGER FROM SELF-REPORTS. JOURNAL OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 146(1), 101-106. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ and PILIPENKO TA. 1984. MUTUALITY, TEMPORAL CONSISTENCY, AND HELPFULNESS IN CHILDRENS TRUST IN PEERS. SOCIAL COGNITION, vol. 2(3), 235-255. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1984. SEX-DIFFERENCES IN CHILDRENS TRUST IN PEERS. SEX ROLES, vol. 11(9-10), 953-957. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1982. DEVELOPMENT OF CHARACTER CONSTANCY OF SELF AND OTHER. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, vol. 53(2), 505-515. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1982. DEVELOPMENT OF THE MORAL JUDGMENT OF SELF AND OTHER IN CHILDREN. GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY MONOGRAPHS, vol. 105(2), 281-307. link>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1980. A PROMISE KEPT, A PROMISE BROKEN - DEVELOPMENTAL BASES OF TRUST. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, vol. 51(2), 614-617. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1980. CHILDRENS USE OF INTENTIONALITY IN JUDGMENTS OF CHARACTER AND DISPOSITION. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, vol. 51(1), 282-284. link> doi>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1980. COGNITIVE-PROCESSES AND YOUNG CHILDRENS USE OF INTENTION AND CONSEQUENCE INFORMATION IN MORAL JUDGMENT. MERRILL-PALMER QUARTERLY-JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 26(4), 359-370. link>

Chapters

  • ROTENBERG K. 2010. Introduction. In Interpersonal Trust During Childhood and Adolescence. Rotenberg KJ (Ed.). Cambridge Univ Pr.
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1999. Childhood loneliness: An introduction. In Loneliness in childhood and adolescence. Rotenberg KJ and Hymel S (Eds.). US: Cambridge University Press. link>
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1999. Parental antecedents of children's loneliness. In Loneliness in childhood and adolescence. US: Cambridge University Press.
  • ROTENBERG KJ and Holowatuik, M. 1995. Disclosure and perceptions of lonely preadolescents. In Disclosure processes in children and adolescents. Hoffman ML (Ed.). US: Cambridge University Press.
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1995. Disclosure processes: An introduction. In Disclosure processes in children and adolescents. Hoffman ML (Ed.). US: Cambridge University Press.
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1995. Moral development and children's differential disclosure to adults and peers. In Disclosure. Hoffman ML (Ed.). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1991. Children's cue use and strategies for detecting deception. In Children's interpersonal trust: Sensitivity to lying, deception, and promise violations. US: Springer-Verlag.
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1991. Children's interpersonal trust: An introduction. In Children's interpersonal trust: Sensitivity to lying deception, and promise violations. Springer-Verlag.
  • ROTENBERG KJ. 1991. The trust-value basis of children's friendship. US: Springer-Verlag.

Other

  • Dean, S and ROTENBERG KJ. The effect of written emotional expression on adolescents’ health: The moderating role of gender. Psychology & Health (vol. 23, pp. 102-103).
  • Betts LR and Rotenberg KJ. 2007. Trustworthiness, friendships and self-control: Factors that contribute to young children's school adjustment. INFANT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT (vol. 16, pp. 491-508). link> doi>
  • Rotenberg KJ, Fox C, Green S, Ruderman L, Slater K, Stevens K, Carlo G. 2005. Construction and validation of a children's interpersonal trust belief scale. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (vol. 23, pp. 271-292). link> doi>